Equity Crowdfunding for Investors
Freedman coauthored Equity Crowdfunding for Investors,
published June 2015
by Wiley & Sons

David M. Freedman

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Dave Freedman has worked as a journalist since 1978, primarily in the fields of finance and law. From 1978 to 1999 he served on the editorial staffs of consumer, business, professional, and trade periodicals. As a freelance journalist since 1999, he has authored feature articles and regular columns for dozens of national and local magazines, newsletters, newspapers, and online media.

Dave has developed award-winning website content for small professional firms. Most recently, he led the team that developed a website for Phoenix Capital Investments (PhoenixInvests.com), an independent investment bank in New York City.

Media relations
Dave has helped lawyers and financial advisers write feature articles under their bylines and place them in print and digital publications. He won a Your Honor Award from the Legal Marketing Association (LMA) for public relations. Dave is a coauthor of the handbook Under Your Byline: 7 Steps to Getting Your Bylined Articles Published.

Dave is the author or coauthor in four successful non-fiction book projects:

Dave coauthored (with Matt Nutting) Equity Crowdfunding for Investors: A Guide to Risks, Returns, Regulations, Funding Portals, Due Diligence, and Deal Terms (Wiley & Sons, 2015)

Dave coauthored Death of an American (Continuum, NY, 1983). Based on the $100 million Singer vs. Wadman civil rights lawsuit filed in Salt Lake City, Utah, in 1979. See Kirkus review.

He wrote Box-Making Basics, a woodworking book (Taunton Press, Newtown, CT, 1997), which has sold over 80,000 copies and is still in print.

Dave wrote and self-published a monograph, The Yazoo Contract, The Second Bank, and the Steamboat Monopoly: 3 Early Supreme Court Decisions that Shaped the U.S. Economy (Feb. 2016).


Box-Making Basics, by David M. FreedmanFreedman's classic box-
making book, published
by Taunton Press